Screening: Mommy Whitney Museum of American Art. Floor Three, Susan and John Hess Family Theater. Maggie Lee’s 2. 01. Mommy explores the sudden death of the artist’s mother in 2. Young Adults Blog. Returning to the suburban New Jersey home where she grew up, Lee addresses the trauma of this loss and her own coming of age using layers of photographs, drawings, cellphone footage and animation. This special screening will be followed by a conversation with Maggie Lee, curator Chrissie Iles, and associate curator Jane Panetta, one of the organizers of Mirror Cells. This program is held in connection with the exhibition. Tickets are required ($1.
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